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Tke College Man ! Journalism.
Thte is the season of the year when
nan; young men are pondering the ques
tion what they will fellow en leaving
achoel or college. Seme of them have
' riven the subject a great deal of careful
? HOOgnti wmie emers axe prepareu w utu
Mings at nap-nazaxu, reauy u ouie "i'u
tke flrst occasion that presents itself and
content te believe that they will even
tually settle down into a position suitable
te their talents and In which a fair living
nay be made.
It is net an easy problem te seUe
rjsr wnetber either or these twepnases 01 me
il. youthful mind en the threshold of the
.v?. . ij t- i t. nI,ei. Wa
-annul is superiui m me
knew be little of actual life when
we enter upon it, from a college
career, that it almost seems as well te
jump into the stream, trusting en general
principles that oncein we will be able te
swim. On the ether hind, there Is nn
equipment which may be secured in a
collegiate career which will directly In
fluence for geed the young man nbent te
eater upon a career in the world.
We have never been in sympathy with
the disposition te sneer at the cel lege
s flrst movements in lire bcyenu ms
alma mater. We nave always comienou
hta egotism, certain that if he has geed
stuff In him, his rough edges will be worn
away, and he will settle down te de first
class work. One of the meat alluring
fields for him is that of journalism, and
be thinks, because in li's classes
be was ranked high in English scholar
ship and because lie had a taste for poli
tics, he is already fitted te sit en the edi
torial tripod and bring down Jove's tliun
ders with his ponderous pen. He will
discover that what he needs in the till
terial chair is te knew the wants of a
community; te be able te sift the f.ilse
from the true in every fact presented te
blm ; te knew a news item when he sees
it and te be always first te print the most
complete account thereof , In short, he
must learn te take the public pulsennd
with that as a guide and with an honest
heart he may de geed service in the cause
Because this exnerience cannot be
acquired except by actual newspaper
work, we have never believed much in
the idea of a chair of journalism in col
leges. All that can be taught there in
the line of direct editor-training is the art
of writing English con ectly. Hut what
ever is learned within college walls is
bjund te be effective te the trained news
paper man. Ills range of work Is bread
M the world. He dips a little Inte nil
arts and all sciences. AH religions come
tinier the sweep of his pen, and his mind
must be stored with ithe learning of all
agae te threw proper light en the mean
lag et modern events. Se we say it is or
Incalculable advantage te have a college
education for attaining the highest buc
csss in Journalism. Such equipment may
Bit seem te be greatly advantageous in
the beginning, but It will tell in the long
The Case or Iter. lWihlcnipr.
Bishop Whltaker, of the ridladelphla
'diocese of the Episcopal church, we note,
has confirmed the action et the commit
tee who tried Itev. Widdemer, nnd rec
ommended that he be suspended from his
priestly function during the continuance
of his "relations" witli his present wife,
whom he married after obtaining a Cen
nectlcut divorce from his first wife, who
is a resident et New Yerk. The bishop
denounces severely the conduct of Itev.
Widdemer, finding him guilty of false
hood te the superior officers of the
church, in his account of the di
vorce matter, and with mulignlng
his first wife. If tbe bishop hns a cenect
understanding et the matter, the itev.
Widdemer deserves deposition 1 10m the
ministry; but we are as unab'e te see
that it Is proper te direct him te abauden
bis relations with his present wife, te
whom he has been married lawfully, It
meat be presumed, be long as the civil
courts de net dissolve the bends. The
bishop finds that the Connecticut
divorce was invalid, because the
wife was resident lu New Yerk ; but It
is certainly net in his power te dlssohe
the union, which must be uiuleitakea In
the civil courts. If the bishop's law is
right the civil courts will se declare , nnd
it seems that until they de he has no
authority te direct the abandonment by
Mr. Widdemer of his relations with his
prtsent wife, whose rights cannot thus
summarily be ret aside by J-pIscepal
We note that some enterprising gentle
men of Mountville, In this county, pre
pee boring for gas In that vicinity; and
that ether hopeful persons aie about te
say the same search In the vicinity of
Valley Ferge. Te these the statement
that we have had within a few days from
Professer Lesley, the chief of the state
geological survey, will net be encour enceur encour
agleg. He declares that such search must
fail of success In strata Hint me
folded and broken as much as are these
of this tectlen of the state, Uas can
only be found where It lias net had an
opportunity te escape te the surface ; and
must therefore be looked for under
atra'a that He nearly horizontally. Here
the plicatiens et the rocks are con
stant and severe, and their broken strata
must have given free vent te the eaith'a
gases. The opinion seems te be reason
able, and will discourage boring for gas
until at least some enthusiastic individual
without respect ter scientific science.finds
The Philadelphia Tthgrujth is one of
thaableat of Republican journals and Is
Wet the most fearless In its criticism
?T u'8 melhDlB- it says that the
KepabUcan tailli piaUk seems count
Mas almost te recklessness." It suras
I be situation up in this language :
Jlittfly Mated, there u te b no revision
of the tarlO, no redaction of the snrplna tiy
correcting; the Inequalities of the tar 111 j
but the surplus U tone reduced Unit, by
taking the tax from tobaeoo and partly
from whisky, while It H continued en feed,
clothing and modlelnw ; and, aeoend, by
appropriations et the nest enormous
amount. In ether words, the ene hun
dred millions et yearly excessive taxes are
te be still collected from the people ; buf,
Instead et being allowed te accumulate,
they are te be spent by Congress for public
works te an extent whleh makes all present
reeklesa, extravagant river and harbor Jobs
and publla building and ether Improve
ment appropriations seem niggardly and
mean te the last degree. It Is Impossible
for the dullest mind net te recognize tbe
consequences of this polley ; but we lour
that a great many thetintillul voters will
fall te see the wisdom of it,
Tlie great majority of thepcople et this
country want a reform in the tariff, and
they w ill net be frightened out et their
just demand by a declaration that the
llllla bill is a free trade measure. A
bill which simply reduces a 47 per cent,
tariff an average of 7 per cent, is nc
properly a free trade bill, but one for
freer trade made necessary by the de
mands of the times.
lr the Itlalne bag Is ence opened, nothing
Will koep tbe cat from Jumping out.
Jn 1SS0, Uatfleld get no vete en the llrst
billet and for alx tlines subsequently, he
tlrew millleft ltut be get S'.K votes en the
Tun New Yerk 1U ultl prints a dispatch
from Springfield, Illinois, that Illinois Is
ready te join the Democratic army ; which
h tee geed te be true.
Titr. annual report of tbe Pennsylvania
hospital for the Insane at Philadelphia
abewa that the number of patlenta April
22J, 1937, was 410, of which 181 wero tuales
and 220 females. During tbe year 1G5 new
patients were admitted, lef which 60 wero
males and 85 females, making the whnle
number treated, ail mslesandSII fomales,
or a tout of 675. Tlie number discharged
was 181, or 01 males and 03 femalep. Thore
wero remaining April 21st, 1833, 170 males
and 221 fomales ; a total et .191 patients.
Tlie results of tlie year as shown are that
13 males aud 28 femalcs rccovered ; C males
and 12 lernnks wero much Improved ; 15
males and 20 females were Improved ; 10
mules and 11 females romalned stationary,
aud 22 malei Hiid 17 Inmales dled. Hlnce
the opening or the hospital, 2,001 males nnd
,015 femalus havnrccoTeroil, 1,223 males nnd
1,102 females have Improved, 831 inalOH and
-1! J (minion have remained stationary aud
740 mvcfl mid 502 fomales have dled.
Tin: Republicans pratse the work of
1'roslilent Arthur In thelr platform, but
have no words of kindness for the Demo
crats who arc- carrying Inte tlloet Jnnt what
Arthur rulvtsed In cne of his in (usages as
IoIIewh: "1 rccmninend nn onlargemont of
the free lUt se hh te Inolude within It the
numereus articles which yield InoonMdcr IneonMdcr InoenMdcr
ntlo revcuue; n slmpllllcatlen of the com cem com
plex and Inconsistent tohedulo of dut'es
upon certalu manufacturcR, particularly
theso of cotton, iron and steel, and it sub
stantial reduction of the dutlcH upon theBO
articles, and upon niignr, melaat.cn, fcllk,
wool and woolen Koeds."
Til r. Tammany soclety et New Yerk will
have ene ! theli yrnnd old-fashlenod cole
bratimiH et thn Fourth of July next month.
The lNTKi.tiKiuNui; it acknowledges anlnvl anlnvl
titlen te the same, which It would be pleased
te Individually and collectively attend, but
llnds It ImpoiHlble. That thore will be a
rich Domecrntlo treat thore la ovldencod
from the fact that Honater Yest, of Missouri;
Hpoaker Carlisle, el Kentucky, and ltepro ltepre ltepro
BentatUcs Cellins, of Massachusetts ; MIUh
and Urnln, of Texas; Ferd, of MIeIiIrbu;
Washington, of Tennessoe; Hoekor.of Mis
sissippi i MoAdeo, of New Jersoy; Wise,
of Virginia; Bhlvely and ilynum, of Jndl.
ana, and AUureary, or Kenlucky, linre
accepted the Invitation te participate.
AVi: have received the handsomeiy Illus
trated report of thn supervising urohltect te
the poerotnry of the treasury for the yei.r
ending September 30, 18S7. Thore oie
twenty thren plates, giving vlews of ns
many publla buildings, togetlier with plans
of the nrleus lloers, and boiue fceienty
pngen of the bonk are tilled with stnlo stnle stnlo
inentH el the cost of orectlon and of (he
building slteanf a very large number of
poateflW'CH, cUHtom-heuscs and ether gov
ernment buildings. Winona, Minnesota,
had nn appropriation of 100,000, and f 15,
350 03 was paid ler a alto. Wichita, Kan
sas, with the same limit of cost, get n slte
for ?l WW 03. and It is worthy of nete that In
this ciao, ns In many ethors, the limit llxcd
for the cost et alto and building was ex
tended the next year alter the paBsage of
the net. Art et March 3, 13S5, named f.r0,000
an the limit el rout. Act et May 21, 13,
extended tliW limit te (100,003. Heading
get ISO, 000 nrst and J 100,000 mero two years
later. In thonase of Wace, Texas, an ap
propriation of 1 100,000, in ado in January,
1835, was Mipplomented In August, iBStl,
wltht5,000 for apprnnohes, and Hprlngtleld,
Ohie, get 110,000 additional te an impro
priation et f 100, C00 In the same way.
In fuel morenron great many lustarces
of addition ul appropriations for approaches.
Hacrameutn, California, was limited te
100,000, hiul the architect reports that
f.'i0,070.:t0 ai cxpsuded for a slte leiu ing
the lutlani'O et lliu appropriation Insutllclent
for the construction et n building el the
Blra and character requlred." He Sacra
mento icmalnH wltlieut a building, though
the appropriation of 100,000 was mmle lu
March el 13s5
lien IsriKiisei.i. H lhtble te say most
anything thf se terrhl days. Talking te a
a crowd In Clilcage en l'rlday he used this
language, "lnonldllke te cee you put
upon tlie next tlcket two soldiers who
lielpfd te biie our country. 1 would like
te see two horeos pitted against two Demo
crats. 1 want two patriots Bgalnst two
copferlKa'is.' And thore wero deme Idiots
who appUiutul thtsu thrce henbuleas bent bent
K MAen Wii.i.iam 11. Siurii, or
Philadelphia, wai rebbtd lu Ctilragn en
Friday el his watch and diamond pln,nlucil
IIkv. Pit. W. A. ljKexAnn, rector of HL
Jnhn'u l'retestant lplecepal cliurch, of
Washington, has docllned tlie blshoprle te
which he wai recently elected, "In order,"
as hOHu, "te neld any ocsU)lecemplloii
tiena tiuti migiii urise as tu me jurisdiction
of the position."
Dn. J. William Wiiitk, the associate of
Dr. Auuew and ene of the most popular
puyklclans and clubmen In rhlladelphlr,
was married Friday In the qulet llttle elm
rbaded II1ske of Mllferd, Uonncclleii', te
MrH. U it. DtHHtnn, tlie youngest daughter
or llunjamtn II. Drewn, of l'dlladelphij.
l'linnniue OruiiAititT and Mrs. Llllle
Lmngtry are te bu married In Heplotnber.
This Is detinlte and certRln. They have
long been btttrethed and publle rumor has
mated them, but Mrs. Langtry will net
much befere the tlnie mentioned be legally
tree from her present husband. Thet has
tieentheiuly m.snn why (lubhardt and
tbe actress tiuve net toen wedded long oie
Mui I'ifm'iami will or ncincln-
rjati ii,..A.i!i.ii en I he 1 ciuritt nlJuly, She
will de It by vt Ire ireui N HHliliigten. Thn
preeldent Is te b at (lettjsburK en that
day, and shoUefsn't wish te make thn Ohie
trip without him esprcUUy alnce blie will
Jeurney thltber In company with her dls
tlDguUlitil hiihbaud Rtieut the llme the
lueky red eara begin te show through the
hubLs In tlie great oerntlelds of Ohie.
Disiier Wiutai;i:u has announced his
drclMun In the caie et Itev. Heward T, Wld
demur, of J'hllndelphla, charged with vlc
latlugthe church canon et marrlage and
and suspends him from the ministry tr
long as his relations contlnue with t'.e
present Mrs. Widdemer, and until ha I as
restered himself in the bishop's ccnlldPace
by repentance and amendment, providing
that the suspension sbslt net exceeu five
1 have been gathering a few thoughts en
serious topics which It occurs te me might
net be uninteresting rr unprofitable for
Sunday read Ing and modltatlen. A few of
you may have read them boferc, but the
most, I knew, have net. It you don't
agree with all of them, ae much the better.
Te read what we don't agree with Is'very
often mero prolluble than simply te have
prcsonted te us that which we doagreo
with. It makes us think mere, and se
belps us te clearly formulate our own
thoughts and Ideas, Simply as wholesome
mlnddrrlUterc, therefore, de 1 odor the
following collection of thoughts.
Theend of all truoprayer must be the
conformity of man with the divine, and net
One grain of true faith Independently,
honestly wrought out, even though It be
small as a mustard seed, Is worth mero than
all the truth of the ontechlsm merely con
fessed with the mouth.
Kvery thinking man ewes It as a selemn
dnty te his fellewmen te contrlbute his
Bhare, howevor small and insignificant It
be, te the thought of the world and the
working out of Its problems.
Truth received at soeond hand Is Indeed
better than none at all, asrclUe'ed light Is
better than darkness. Hut at host hew
dllTercntlt Is from the living llame Itself,
shining direct and Immodlate Inte our
very soul I
With Ged overywln.ro near In real, liv
ing prcsonce, religion Is overywhere the
reaching forth te touch him, te bring all
departments of Ufa into the divine mould,
all human operations into harmony with
the dlvine activity.
O.tly this Is true lovesnd rorvlce of Oed :
te recegnlza the boncilceuro of the dlvine
erder everywhere, te beceme mero and
mero fully acniMlnted with It, and te care
mero fcr its fuiulltm nt and unhlndi red ac
tion than for our own llule Relllih wishes,
Intentions and ircjelp.
Hy the Ute and death el Jeriis Carlht a
new factor was brought Inte human f uvlr.
onment, requiring n new adaptation of
mail'H llfO therctn. ntld tlinr.liv .rnnnratl.,,.
new nnd higher jmvers, n new and higher
lerm el exiBtencu : life eternal.
It Is net till wohnve eurselves Intiored,
Btrugglcd and perlinps sullored for our faith
lnthoprecoH of making It apart of our
beimr, that It liccemes u persenal, living,
working corvlcllen tu up. One slngle faet
tnusobtalned Is wertn ninrn than a thou
sand merely passively accepted.
The comparetlvo emptlnrss of our
churehOH is net a elgn of Imliilcronea te ro re ro
llulen ; but a proteut of the reverent Intol Intel Intol
llgeiico of moil ni(ninHl Its abuse and inlsop inlsep inlsop
nrehonsloi). It Is tlie medern echo et
Hamuel'B rebuke, "Hebeid, te ebevls better
than hacrlUce ;" tlie rolteratlon et Isaiah's
Inspiration, "llrlrig no mero vain obla
tions; lucetiBO In nil abomination unto me,
the new moons and Sabbaths, the calllnn
of aHsemhlles, 1 cannot away with.
Wash you, inake you clean j coase te de
evll ; learn te de well j cook Judgment, ro-llf-ve
the opprefsed j Judge lue luthBrlcHs ;
plead for the widow."
We pretest ngalnst exaltlng oue ineans el
rollglen Inte the chief If net the sole end;
against eceleslastlclsm taking the place of
million ltBOir. It Is this nlniiu that has
driven out of the Ohureh hundreds of the
Krimuei ami uesi men me world lias evor
Moen; Just Iiccause they are se great. Thelr
faith in tee large te express Itself In her
symbols. Their character tee many
hided te be adequately nourished at her
meager table, ,1helr leve tee doep and
glewlrtg te Und Kiilllclent expression In her
low forms and ritual, Thelr religion Is
tee full and completc.
Just an the eterual Imm&nauce or Cled's
Belf la that which en the ene baud Is mani
fested as cravltatlnn, whose very cxlstonce
constitutes the law which geverns all nc
turr, se tliatBaiue dlvine Immanance man I I
festlng Ilaelf en the ethor hand lu the
spiritual renin), may Itself oenstituto by Its
very prrsonce, tlie laws of Intolllgenco aud
morality, of Truth, Reality and (loednoss,
according te whleh all Bplrlt Is governed.
Who knows but we shall yet renllVs Knior Knier Knior
sen'n profound propheoy, nnd seme dBy
" shall soe the Identity of tlie law nfgravltn nfgravltn
lien with purity of heart ; and
that the Ought, that Duty, Is ene thing with
Scloneo, with lleauty nnd with Jey." Aye,
who would net rejeice If, when no lenger
eoelng "Through n glass darkly," mil
knowing even ai also we are known, we
should realise that goednossand wisdom,
and all ether hiicIi terms, nru hut namew,
llkercd, yellow nnd blue, of n few rdl-ct-ed
rav et '.the lnelltble light or the world,
while the eternal source thereer Is hlmselt
dlllorent from each and inllnllely mero
than tlie eum of them ull 7
Itumerlallty: Though we might wish
Involution te be mere explicit and clear In
the mutter, fan as net te be se easily nil
understood, and lulHrcproaentod, yet will
we net I'laiue it thorefer he much as the
falthledM hearts et theso who till up lis
Bllouce with thelr greundleas suppositions
and words of unbelief. Idstenlng with the
caref lailh ourselvos, we may liave no dls dls
tlnet utterances ludeed. j et a whlsper, less
didactic than prophetic, coming from Its
direction te us. F.ver. O son of idrh. it
seems te say, ever hath the grout Cause led
thoe up, net down ; from geed te bolter,
net te wersu ; trust him !
"Fiein lower te higher, Irem simple te com-
Thtilf tlie pathway el the Eternal reel:
from earth In llrlien hvrh te llewerlni? tree
riein cill ie crvuplni; wnruif, Ireui it mi te
whnt chiill be.
TliU U tlie Beliimn Inisen or nil time,
'1 lila U the teuchtng et llie vlce suu'luie "
Klomentnl ferces arosucceoded by cl.om cl.em
Icnl, chemical by vital ; plant life was de-
oiepoii luinauimai, net by losing any of
It bigher functions, but by having Htill
higher ones added te It; animal life was
graduated Inte man, net by taking from
him aught that the animal had, but by add.
ing te it reason, conscience, personality.
When dually iimu shall change his form el
life, are we te suppese that this method v, 111
be reversed, that his highest charaoterlstlcs
will be taken Irem him ? May, nay must,
we net much rother bolleve, een according
te the ebseri ed erder of evolution, that he
will retain all tbOBO, bis higher reason, his
knowledgo of geed and evll, bis whele per
sonality, aud again have added te them new
aud still higher functions and powers, of
pure, eternal spirit? Man no lenger, ln ln
deen, but angel InBtead I The evolution of
nature propheolos it. The re elation el
Oed declares it. Shall net we bollevo it,
hepe it, realize n T And though according
te solution and revelation alike, "it detn
net yet appear what we shall be, we knew
that when He Hlmll appear, we Bhall he like
Him; for we shall see Him as He lt." "Se
when this corruptible Bhall put en Incnr Incnr
ruptlen, and this mortal Bhall have put en
Immortality, then Bhall be brought te piss the
saying that is written, death 1h swallowed
up in victory."
I Te be concluded next tmuriHj
AOtiiu:.r ie an i ite.SAur.
lu Ilia rail He Strike mill lljurnu MKtln'ur
1'rolesser Vt llllaiiiR, the wrenaut, loll from
the balloon Friday, ut To'ehestor, Mary
land, and In falling Btruclc Mr. Henry
Scales, Ne. 7U0 Franklin Btroet, mitlmore,
savorely injuring him about tlie luck.
Williams escaped Injury, Lut wts badly
dazed when nicked up. 'lhe aoeident was a
roeullar;ono. The bjlloen wa held by hand
until ready te be let loose. The persons
who were holding one side let go, and the
ethers supposing the order hail been glen
also let go et the balloon, which Imme.
dlately began te ascend. Mr. Williams
grabbed the ring of tlie twraoluile and was
carried oil the ground, When about lerty.
tlve lectin the air the balloon fouled with
the stsglng which had leen erected te
assist In holding the air fahip tu lis position.
The ferce of the collision was be great that
the parachute liroke loeso nnd began te
dOKPtiid at a terrllle rale. Mr. Williams
struck a guy rope, which psrtly broke his
fall, lle foil backward, idrlklng Mr. Scales
en the lft side, Reth were picked up in
an unceniclcus condition and taken te the
The Treason) of Franckd.
Jiy KODEItT LOUIS 8TEVESS0X.
"And then again," broke out Ca.lmtr,
"nlint children jeu are vicious children,
myfntthl Hew could you tell the value of
this t rath I It might have been worth noth
ing, or next deer."
"I'nrden me," wild lhe doctor. "Yeu linve
your usual flew of spirits, I pcrcche; but J
e en less inn u your usual deliberation, x am
net entirely ignorant et theso matters."
"Xet entirely Ignorant of anything ever I
heard of," Interrupted CeMinlr, bow ing, nnd
raising his gloss with n tort of iurt j,Kllto j,Kllte
licm. "At least," rcvumed thodector, "I gave my
mind te the subject tbftt j ou may be willing
tolielleo nnd I estimated that our capital
woiitilbe doubled." And he described the
nature of the find.
".My word of honor P Bald Casimlr, "I halt
lnl leve you I 1 lut much w eutd deiwud ou the
quality et the geld."
"The quality, my dear Casimlr, was"
And the doctor in default, of language, kissed
his linger tips.
"I would net lake your word for It, my
geed frlend," retorted the man of business.
"Vouarea man of very rosy views. Hut
this rebliery," he continued "tills robbery
is nn old thing. Of ceurse I pass ever your
nensense about gangs and landscape paint
ers. I'er me, that is a dream. Who was lu
the house last n Ight P j
"Xone but eurhcl ves," replied tlie doctor.
"And this young gcntlemnnr askcil
Casimlr, jerking a nod in the direction of
"He tee" lhe doctor bowed. "
"Well; and, If it Is a fair question, who is
her' pursued the brethcr-in law.
"Jenn-Marle," answered lhe doctor, "com
bines the functions of n fen and stable boy
lle begnu ca the latter, but he rese rapidly te
the mera honerablo rank in our nlTectiens.
He is, I may Bay, the greatest comfort lu our
' Hal" said Casimlr. "And provleusto he
coming ene of jeu I"
"Jcan-Slarie has lived n remarkahle exist
ence; his exjierlence has Iwcn eminently
forinatie," replied Desprez. "If 1 liad te
choeso nn education for my beh, I should
have chosen such another. Beginning ltfe
with mountebanks mid thieves, passing on
ward te the society and friendship of philoso
phers, he may be Bald te have fcklunncd Uu
volume of huinati life,"
"Thlevcsl1 repeated the brother In law,
with a mcdltatlvealr.
The doctor could hnve bitten his toflgue
out. He foresaw what was coming, nnd pre
pared his mind for n Igoreus defeuse.
"Did you ever steal yourself P ilcil Cast
mlr, turning suddenly en Jean-Marie, mid
for the first tlnie employing a tingle c cglaiJ
which hung round his neck.
"Yes, blr," replied the boy, with a dtp
Casimlr turned te the ethers with pursed
lips, and nodded te them meaningly. "Hey I"
"Jcnn-JIorle is n teller of lhe truth," re
turned tlie doctor, throwing out his hu'.t. ,
"Helms nevcr told a lie," addctl madaine.
"He 13 lhe bestet boys."
"Xecr told a lle, has he netP reilecled
"Strange, very strange. OIve mo'yeur nt nt
teullen, my jeung friend," he continued.
"Veu knew nbeut tills treasurer'
"He helped te bring it home," Interposed
"Desprez, I nsle you nothing lint te held
j our tongue," returned Casimlr. "I mean te
question this Unble boy of yours; nnd If j ou
nre se certeln et his innocence, jeu can af
ford te let him answer for himself. New,
fclr," he resumed, pointing his ewglas
Mralght nt Jean Marie, "jeu knew it could
be stolen with impunity I Yeu knew jeu
would net Iw proiecutedl Cemol Did jeu,
or did you net!"
"I did," answered Jean Mnrlc, In n miser
able whisper. Herat there changing color
likonreioh Ing pharos, twisting his fingers
hj'stericulry, bw allowing air, the picture et
"Yeu knew where it wa3 put?" resumed
the inquisitor. i
m "Ye3,"fien Jcan-Mnrle. '
" "YoiiHiyjeu liuvebvcn n thief lioferc,"
continued Casimlr. "New hew nm I toknew
that) ou nre net ene still! I suppese jeu
leuld climb the grin gate"
"Yes," still lower from lhe culprit. '.
"Well, then, it was jeu who 6tole theso
tilings. Yeu knew it, nnd jeu daie net deny
It, Ixiokmein thofacel ItaUej our sneak's
. -V ti
"llatse your sneak's enes." "
Hut In place of nnj thing of that sort Jean Jean
JInrie breke into a dismal hew 1 and lied from
the arbor. Atnstasle, as she pursued te cap
ture and reassure the victim, found tirae te
Bend ene Parthian arrow "Casimlr, jeu are
"My brellicr," kiM Desprez, with the
grcateht dlguitj-, "jeu take upon jeui-self a
"Desprez,", lulcrruptrtl Cashnlrr" "for
heaven'ssnke lieuinun of the world. Yeu
telegraph me te leave my business and ceme
dew n here en j ours. I ceme, I nik the bust
iicm, j-eu say 'Find me this thief l' Well, I
find him, I say 'There he isl' Yeu need net
ilke It, but jeu have no manner or light te
"Will,"ietunud thodector, "I grant thaf;
I will e en thank j ou for jour mistaken zeal.
Hut jour bjpethesi was be extra vegautly
"I-oek here," intemtpted Casimlr; "tvas it
you or StaleP
"Certalnlj net," answered the doctor .
"Very well, then It was the hej Say no
mero about It," said tlie bretbcr-iiilaw, und
he produced his cigar case.
"I w ill say this much mero," relumed Des
piez: "If that boy came and told me se him
self I should net belIoe him; nnd If I did bo be bo
llexeliim, se inijilicit is my trust I should
conclude that he had acted for the liest."
"Will, well," told Cusimlr, indulgentlj-.
"llavujeu alight I I must be going And,
by the way, I wish jeu would let me fell
jour Turks for jeu. IalwajsteM jeu it
meant smash I tell jeu se again. Indeed,
it was partly that that brought me down.
Yeu neveiRicknowledge my letters a most
' My geed brother," replied tlie doctor
blamllj, ' I have uecr denied jour ability in
buMiiesa, but 1 can perceive jour limita
tions." "Fgad, my friend, I can return the compli cempli
ment," obseneil the man of business. "Your
limitation is te be downright irrational."
"Obsertothe iclathe iioaitleu," ivturnctl
the doctor with n smile. "It is your attitude
te bollee thieugh thkk nnd thin in ena
nun's jiidguuiit-j our own. I fellow the
same opinion, but ulltcallj and with own
".T t. fl v V . -'.w & I J". a ' " i. 17
r1 PI 1KJW
ejis. hleh is the meiv liratieiu.ll I kUa
It te jeurlf "
"Oh, my dear f. Hew ."cried Casimlr, "itick
te jour Turks, stiik te jour Mable boy, go te
the de II in giiitrnl in jour own wnj uiul 1)
doue with it. Hut don't ratiocinate with
me-1 cannot bear It. And se, ta ta I
might ns will li4obta)edawu) for any goe.1
I've done S.ij geed by from me te Stasle
nnj te the sullen hung deg of u ttable bej-, if
jeu insist ou it, I'metr."
And Casiuur departed The doiler that
night dissected his tharniter before A nast.i
sie "01101111115,110 beautiful," he said, "he
has learned ene thing from his lhe long
acquaintance with jour husband: the word
rutiecmittf. It shines in his v ecabulary Uke
u jewel ina muck heap. And, even se, he
ceutmuuUy misapplies it Fer jeu must
have ebtr ed he uses it as n sei t of taunt, Ju
the case of te ergotise, imp!) I as It w ere
tbw peer, dear fellow i-a vein of wphlstry,
As te bu cruelty (oJceu Maric.lt mmt Ixj
forgiven him it II net his nature, It ti the
nature of his life. A man who deals with
money, my dour, li a man lest."
With Jean-Marie the process et reconcilia
tion hail been somewhat slew. At first he
was Inconsolable, insisted en leaving the
family, went from paroxysm te paroxysm of
tears; and It was en!7 after Anastasie had
been closeted for an hour with him, alone,
that she came forth, sought out the doctor,
and, with tears In her eyes, acquainted that
gentleman with what had passed.
I "At first tny husband, he would hear et
nothing," she said. "Imagine! if he had left
usl what would the treasure be te that?
Ilorrible treasure, it has brought all this
about I At last, after he has sobbed his very
heart out, he agrees te stay en a condition
we ere net te mention this matter, this infa
mous suspicion, net even te mention the rob
bery. Ou that agreement only, the peer,
cruel boy will consent te remain among his
"Hut Oils Inlitbltidn," said the doctor, "this
cmliarge it cannot possibly apply te meP
k "Te all of us," Anostasle assured him.
I "My chorlshed one," Desprez protested,
"yen mutt have misunderstood. It cannot
apply te ma He would naturall" come te
I "Henri," she said, "It doesT t swear te you
ft "This Is n painful, a very painful drffllnv
stance," the doctor said, looking a llttle
black. "I cannot niTect, Anostasle, te be
an) thing but Justly wounded. 1 feel this, I
feci it, my wife, acutely." ""
) "I knew you would," she said. "But If
you had seen his distress I We must make
allowances, we must sacriflce our feelings."
'I trust, my dear, you have never found
me a erse te sacrifices," returned the doctor
"And you Will let me go and tell him that
you have ngrcedl It wUl be Uke your neble
nature," she cried. J
i Se it would, he porcelCed It wduld be Uke
his neble nature I Up Jumped his spirits,
triumphant at the thought. "Ge, darling,"
he said nobly, "reassure htm. The subject
Is bulled; mero I make an effort, I hkve
accustomed my will tothese oxertions and
It is forgotten." ""
A Uttle after, hut still wlftTfiweUen ey"e9
and looking mortally sheeplsh, Jean-Maria
reappeared and went ostentatiously about
lih business. He was the only unhappy mem
ber of the party that sat down that night te
(upper. As for the doctor, he was radiant.
Ue thus sang the requlem of the treasure: m
l "Tills has been, en the whole, a most amus
ing episede," he said. "We are net a penny
the worse nay, we nre immensely gainers.
Our philosophy has been exercised; seme et
the turtle Is still left the most wholesemo of
delicacies; I have my staff; Anostasle has
her new dress; Jean-Marie is the proud pos
sessor of n fashlonable kepi. Besides, we
had a glass of Hermitage last night; the glow
still suffuses my memory. I was growing
positively niggardly with that Hermitage
positively niggardly. Let me take the hint.
We had ene bettle te celebrate the appear
ance of our visionary fortune; let us have a
second te conselo us for its occultatlen. The
third I hereby dedlcate te Jean-Marle'3 wed-
. U W--4.
(Te be Continued.)
11.11. Cochran, Nes. 137 and 139 North Queen
street, Lancaster, l'a., Is selling BUlL.OU'8
COIKJH UU1CK as a guaranteu te euro all
hreat and lung treubles. iti)
1 bought mrdlclne In tlilrteen states, bu
nothing helped ine till I used Kly's Cieain
Hal m. In tour flays 1 could bear as well as
ever. 1 am curt d (d catarrhal well. It Is the
beat meaiclnn ever used. Uarrett Wldilck,
UnstlngP, N. Y.
I ceulQ scareely speak; it was almost lmpo lmpe lmpo
stble te breath through ray nostrils. Using
aiy a iruum imuii smut uuiu kuu nullum uii-
tlrely dlgaupoated. I. O. 'llchoner, shoe Mor Mer
ctmnt, KM? Abelh, N. ,J. U2waeedftw
SlIILOU'SCUllK will Immediately relieve
Greup, Whooping Ceiiuh und Urenchllla. Fer
sale by It. II Cechmn, Druggist. Me. 117 North
ijuoen slletL (7)
fiiiLADULi-mi, Hilurday, June SJ, IsSS.
Stere open all day.
While the mercury is sim
mering remember that there is
no worthy het-weather thing
for wear or home use but we
A glance about the store will
give you a harvest of comfort
A cyclone of buyers struck
thpse Manufacturers' Remnants
of Hamburgs yesterday. Scat
tered lets of the stuff, but there
are lets mere te scatter. Won't
be long at this rate.
Just out of the cases and at half
price. Medium te fine, 3b inch
te .15 inches wide, ic up.
Southwest of centre.
II you want a Trunk that the
kaggagc smasher can't worry
we knew el nothing se geed
for the money as our Ne. 71.
Flat top, iron bands, hardwood
strips, steel clamps, Cerbin
lock, extra heavy handles,
strong as a traveling Bastile.
But it don't leek it ; and it's
wonderfully light for such a
thing. $3 for 32-inch.
That's one. Others just as
fit for whatever the need is
sea or land. The sea-traveling
trunk nearest in weight te a
Basket Trunk is the " French."
Streng, light weed, canvas cov
ered, leather bound, brass
mounted, roomy as an omnibus,
$17 te $24.
Steamer Trunks, $6 te $10.
Basket Trunks, 16.50 te
Sele-leather Trunks, $22 te
Sarategas, hump backed and
always hungry, 2S te 3O inches,
$5 te $16.
Ladies' Dress Trunks, $11 te
And se en. Come with your
want in mind. The Trunk te
suit is here.
llasemcut MaiUul street side
Traveling Bags. The very
best in the market. Yeu see
shelves and tables covered with
two or three hundred of them.
Leeks like a big job te pick one
out. It isn't. Settle the size,
the rest is easy.
The whole family af grips
unci parcel pacKs.
Under Juntpnr and Uarktit treet stairway te
Carpets und ruruUuiti.
Think of a folding Japanese
Fan for 3 cents ' A very re
spectable Fan, tee. Ne one
but a Jap could get se much of
shape and color and fol-de-rel
generally ler 3 cents. A dozen
prices above, '
Japanese Lawn UmbTeTTas,
$7 and $9.
Japanese Water Monkeys,
said te keep water cool without
A little world of Japanese
llssement, northejst el centre.
Geed News ! The Men
English Cellars are here.
Met ends of the Blere. middle sntrance.
gPKINO, 1888T " "
.n-'liM0 l',?rmwm'r customers that I am
2?w-?tr??. hew tLem an Assortment
Ei?SR?.S.,yn ana Trewsering that cannot
The Latest Novelties In Spiinsr Ovorceatlnsr
of my own Importation and conenod styles.
yr KKOHANT TAILORING.
EOMKHKW THINGS IN
Fowepenlnir ler the warm snasnn. We uufee
an honest cilert t,i render salU'actleu te the
custeuiurln e cry case.
KU 1,1. LINKS OK
Gout's Summer Undeiwear
Hosiery, Cellars and Culls and Furnlihtnks,
An inspection et our steek and prices re
epect fully se.ltlted.
Gee. E. Rathven,
Ne. 25 East King St.
Next Doer te lhe I ancastcr County National
rll. MARTIN ifc CO.
Our buyer has Just returned from the mar mar mar
kutaniUomenow tliore will Uj dlsp'ajoden
our coanters seme of the greatest drives In
Novelties evor eliewn.
More demand for them every day, "c a yard;
sold every whom at 8 und 9a a yard. hery
pattern made we have In stuck. Weel Cbal
lltM. wj a yurd llalr Weel Challles, '.'3e a
'J Ills t ll the story et our sleck-, 92 patterns,
at .no ; II patterns, at '.He ; ti patterns at iic.
An liuuienaestrck In all the desltalileitiadcs
-llotellu, nine, 'itura Cettn, etc.
Ovcrayard wide. Cream and White grounds,
at 9c a aid ; regular price, He a) aid.
J. B. MARTIN (6 CO.
Wodeslre te call attention tnllUKWOKKB
ler tin reuilnK reurlh 01 July Celebration.
lluyinK our works fiem the manulacturer,
and Urn Cracker from urn Importer in large
nuantiilesandfercasli, we are In position te
JOU at tliu lowest umrkotrrlce Ollt WUKKS
ure all lolnred erkg, aud ler weight, size
and beauty of colors ri-u net surpassed.
OUU KIltKCUACKKlia are long elem, best
The People's Cash Stere
e 1. w uave an tizes cannon Ciucker-",
ispineee andBlher Star Torpedoea, Colored
nre. Unman Candles, Sky KecbhIs, Triangles
Mines, rtlcil wheels, slower Pets, lirllllant
Keuntalns, Hta, Ktc. Ctlnfsa Lanterns and
rings ler the reurtti and Kail Campaign.
ti have pnrchassd largslyet Chlnise and
.lapanese 1 anterna, and jrlags, which wc euu
also JOUattbe l.enest frlces. 11UNT1MJ
I.A(,S We can I urntsh them el any size ut
HO. 17 EAST KING BTRBDT,
THE OLD COltNEll
18 rVA. Or GOOD Xtw TH1NH".
Onr stock Is tee larjrn and must be reduced
bereui the season clurs. Te dn this a bara
concluiled te kIve tlie people a chance te get
Geed Furniture I
AT A LITrLK COST.
We have seme Reeds (net the newet, but
Just as Koedithit will ne sold If the price put
en thorn will sell them.
TbcseareHHKAT JIHTJOAINS, and we ex
pect te see them meve Uve'y.
Oer. Ea&t King & Duke BU.
I dee Ire te call the
attention of my friends
and patrons te the fact
that I am no wprepared
te de general Undertak
ing, te which my per
Honal attention will be
pi von nt moderate
WAtTEIt A. IIEIMTSH,
27 & 99 S. Queen St.
Kosldenca 37 West
Vine Street, oppeslto
ITtUKNITUHE I FUKN1TUHK!
TIIEUMKK31GNKD HAS ItEOI'KNKIl HIS
faTOKK AT 1IIE Ol.l) STAND,
M. 38 East KiDg Street,
Which was dostieyod by Are some llme age,
and hasapciftctly Novrstecft et ull kludn.er
TAII1.KS, CHAIK3, ETO.
In All Its Tranches. Alse I'utnttng and Or Or
nainentlng Old Cbulrs.
Ne 38 Kast King Street.
NKAlt r UK IIKACII,
13UKKNTUCKYAV1. , ATI. tNTlCClXY.N J.
Je7-3mdTii,ThA MRS, JOHN A. STAUL.
owepon for the jeasen. Heed looms and
even convenience, t or terms apply te
Mtas n.Li,it p ANincKws,
Ne.?5 9nrf Atonue, Atlantic City, N.J.
A TriANTIO CITY, N. J.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
I.argest Most Convenient Hetel. Klegantly
FnrnUhed. Liberally Managed. Coach teand
from lleach and 1'ralns. orchestra Husle.
CHAH. Uetil.AUit, frep.
W. K. Coehhan. Chief Clerk. tebH-euid
Ocean Kndel .Seilh Carolina Avcnun,
A'll,ANTICcn Y. N. J.
K. UODKUTS A bOXB. aprO-lmd
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J .
Ocean Kurt Kentucky Aveuue.
Open rtbnmiy 1, te Noveiuber I. J ec
CAl'K MAY, N J.
OPKNS JUNK 30 New Ownership Mw
Management. Newly Furnished, t'frtrct
AppnlnMnintn. l'enulnr Prices. rtnest
bettch In the world. Keem plans and 1 n forma ferma forma
slen atlllaslnn A fers' l'laue Waioreoms, N.
w. corner 1 le enth and Chestnut streets.
Philadelphia until .lunu Ct
. Ill no. WALTON, l'roprletor,
JnnlG Ut Lnte of St. James lietel, n. T.
CAi'ON.SI'KlN(JH AND IIATBH
ALKAINK LI111IA AND BCPKKIOlt
IKON WA1KUS, IlAMi'dlHHK COUNTY. W.
This celebrated Mountain Uosert for health
and pleasure, llatbs et anytomperutu e; u
summer cJtmate unsnrpasdcd: a charming
summer home with Its many improvements,
accommodating fcie guests, opens Jane 1. for
medical and ethor testimony, send ter circu
lar. WM.ll 8A1.K,
C1IEBTKK COUNTY HOUSE.
Thti IhoreiiRlily comrertablo and well
known house li new open. 'xwent)-elghtu
teasnn. riuine uianagement. Coul aud da
lightrul liicalleii veiy nearthnsea
junl2-2ii)d J KHIMtHINS.
rOK HALM UK JtKKT.
RKsiDUNun en Tin: kamt widk
of Uiike street, bntcen Orauge and
Cheitnut, for runt, liuinlioef
miwtd At this emee.
FOK KKNT KKONl' AND KKAK
bisemrnts under lllrsh A Urn 's Clothing
Stere 1 trontenesultablu foraheeiiiakrshon:
rear suitable ter cattugbnti se or gu en greceiy.
Apply 10 IIIU&U A IlltO ,
Jul Hurt 1 tuitre Kquare.
HOUHKNKOKHAI.H ON THE MOST
liberal turins. en Weit Chestnut, Yal
nut, Lemen. Mury, l'lne und Charlette streets.
mliemd CO'NOUTH MAUY STUKKT.
"ITier" hknt.-thi: quakky'vUlTi:
J 81'KAM UOLLKItMII.L.
Thtt mill U New and hns the Latest Ini Ini
preid Mechlnrry, with IUIUehJ Mdlug at
deer. A geel home trade. Special induce
ment will In klvei 10 a responsible party,
lieaien ler 1011' lug geed Will guepnikksslen
en J dly 1, or any llme tbnreutter.
une!6tfdS liuarr vllle, l'a.
DISSlllMlM: ItKSIOKNUK FOK
XX BALr. Ne 63J new Helland avenue, op-
Iies t te McGranu's I'ark; lurgHtwn sfrj brlctr
ieuss. hcatHd withernam, het nnd cold water,
bath-room, cltst etc.? entire heuu lately
Faperud ; large let containing choice Irutt
ret-s, grapts. etc ; i.lse Huh Kllrhen garden
Keasnn for eel Ing owner Is moving away.
Inquire at resldtmte
j.i3.-wdw.- w sam ei'itirriiEit.
JOR KKNT-KKOM Al'HIL 1, 1S68,
i toreno or a term of years, the Strasbnrg
llttllreail, with Ceal and Lumber Yard, vviru vviru
heusB, Locomotive. ur.d Cars j all In geed and
running erder. The lease et this valuable
propeny presents a rare opportunity te any
party desiring te engage In a pleasant, -well
established and profitable business, rer con
dJUens, rent or ether Information apply te
THOB, or UJCNUY lIAUMOAUDNltU,
atr-tld LancwMr city, tK